The Oxford handbook of language attrition / edited by Monika S. Schmid and Barbara Kèopke. [electronic resource]

Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
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This handbook is dedicated to language attrition, the study of how a speaker's language may be affected by crosslinguistic interference and non-use. Topics covered include theoretical implications, psycho- and neurolinguistic approaches, linguistic and extralinguistic factors, L2 attrition, and heritage languages.
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  • Introduction / Monika S. Schmid, Barbara Kèopke
  • First Language Attrition and Specific Language Impairment / Elma Blom, Tessel Boerma, Jan de Jong
  • Aging as a confound in language attrition research: Lexical retrieval, language use, and cognitive and neural changes / Eve Higby, Aviva Lerman, Marta Korytkowska, Taryn Malcolm, Loraine K. Obler
  • Linguistic regression in bilingual patients with Alzheimer's disease / Melissa Barkat-Defradas, Frâedâerique Gayraud, Barbara Kèopke, Laurent Lefebvre
  • Electrophysiological approaches to L1 attrition / Karsten Steinhauer, Kristina Kasparian
  • Neuroimaging perspectives on L1 attrition and language change / Eleonora Rossi, Yanina Prystauka, Micháele T. Diaz
  • Introduction to linguistic factors in language attrition / Monika S. Schmid, Esther de Leeuw
  • Phonetic drift / Charles Chang
  • Phonetic attrition / Esther de Leeuw
  • Phonological attrition / Chiara Celata
  • Morphological attrition / Elena Schmitt
  • Language Attrition and the Competition Model / Brian MacWhinney
  • Lexical attrition / Scott Jarvis
  • Null and overt pronouns in language attrition / Ayşe Gèurel
  • Introduction to extralinguistic factors in language attrition / Monika S. Schmid, Mirela Cherciov
  • Age effects in language attrition / Emanuel Bylund
  • The impact of frequency of use and length of residence on L1 attrition / Monika S. Schmid
  • L1 attrition, L2 development, and integration / Gèulsen Y¸lmaz
  • Language contact and language attrition / Claudia Maria Riehl
  • Introduction to L2 Attrition / Teodora H. Mehotcheva, Barbara Kèopke
  • Exploring the impact of extralinguistic factors and L2/FL attrition / Teodora H. Mehotcheva, Kleopatra Mytara
  • Syntax and phonology in L2 attrition: Modularity and resilience / Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig, David Stringer
  • Language Attrition and the Feature Reassembly Hypothesis / Michael T. Putnam, Silvia Perez-Cortes, Liliana Sâanchez
  • L2 lexical attrition / Jenifer Larson-Hall
  • Attrition studies on Japanese returnees / Hideyuki Taura
  • Event-related potentials as metrics of foreign language learning and loss / Lee Osterhout, Ilona Pitkèanen, Judith McLaughin, Margarita Zeitlin
  • Introduction to heritage language development / Silvina Montrul, Maria Polinsky
  • Quantifying language experience in heritage language development / Sharon Unsworth
  • Intra-generational attrition: Contributions to heritage speaker competence / Fatih Bayram, Diego Pascual y Cabo, Jason Rothman
  • 2L1 simultaneous bilinguals as heritage speakers / Tanja Kupisch
  • Language loss and language learning in internationally-adopted children: Evidence from behavior and the brain / Laura Pierce, Fred Genesee, Denise Klein
  • Childhood Language Memory in Adult Heritage Language (Re)Learners / Janet Oh, Terry Kit-fong Au, Sun-Ah Jun, Richard M. Lee
  • Language Development in bilingual returnees / Cristina Flores
  • Implications of the Bottleneck Hypothesis for Language Attrition / Roumyana Slabakova
  • The Interface Hypothesis as a Framework for Studying L1 Attrition / Gloria Chamorro, Antonella Sorace
  • A Complex Dynamic Systems Perspective on Personal Background Variables in L1 Attrition / Conny Opitz
  • Introduction to psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic approaches to language attrition / Barbara Kèopke, Merel Keijzer
  • Language attrition as a special case of processing change: a wider cognitive perspective / Michael Sharwood Smith
  • Memory retrieval and language attrition: Language loss or manifestations of a dynamic system? / Jared Linck, Judith F. Kroll
  • How bilingualism affects syntactic processing in the native language: Evidence from eye movements / Paola E. Dussias, Jorge Valdâes Kroff, Michael Johns, âAlvaro Villegas.
Other title(s)
  • Handbook of language attrition
  • Language attrition
  • 0-19-251219-6
  • 0-19-251218-8
  • 0-19-183543-9
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